Technology @ Education

A guide to emerging and traditional educational technologies available through the Education Library including, 3D printing and scanning, die cut machine, and 360 cameras.

Scanning in the Education Library

KIC Bookeye Scanner

The KIC Bookeye Scanner is a digitize-on-demand system for books, magazines, and journals.

  • Captures 20 book pages per minute
  • Can scan material as large as 24 x 17 inches
  • Offers audio-output feature to create MP3 files
  • Supports both v-cradle and flat modes
  • Wheelchair-accessible
  • Images can be saved to KIC's flash drive port or sent directly to any email address
  • Instant access on tablets, notebooks, smart devices and easy transfer to desktop PCs

Scanner Location

The KIC Bookeye Scanner is located on the first floor near the Education Library Classroom.

After entering the library, walk to the right toward the restrooms. Turn left after the shelves holding the journals. The KIC Bookeye Scanner is located passed the restrooms but before the Education Library Classroom.

For further assistance using the KIC Bookeye Scanner please visit the Service Desk located on the first floor to the left of the entrance.

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